Fatigue Risk Management

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This course covers the causes and consequences of fatigue, and the risks taken that could be avoided for better performance especially in a sensitive environment like aviation. The course helps to increase awareness for aviation personnel and the lessons learnt about fatigue.

Course Modules:

Duration: 0h:40m

Flight Crew: Initial/Conversion/Recurrent

Compliance: EASA AIR OPS, Sub-part Flight Crew

  1. Module (1): Understanding safety hazards associated with fatigue.
  2. Module (2): Recognise, Identify and deal with fatigue.

Please see below for "Topics Covered".

Here is how you achieve your certification

Training Modules

0h:40m web-based training of 2 modules, must be taken in sequence to satisfy compliance.

Practice Exercise

Practical verbal exercise to recap eLearning, real person voice guidance with multiple-choice questions.

Competency Test

Final assessment, 10 multiple choice questions randomly presented out of a pool of questions with a passing grade of 70%.


Competency certificate is awarded upon achieving the passing grade.

Topics Covered:

  • Fatigue Overview.
  • Associated fatigue accidents.
  • Fatigue most common characteristics.
  • Psychological, Physical and Emotional implications.
  • The “Triple Threat” theory.
  • Sleep disorder: how does it affect performance.
  • Flight-time limitations.
  • Fatigue and safety aspects.
  • Understanding common misconceptions on fatigue.
  • Medical Conditions and Fatigue.
  • How does “Fatigue” affects pilot performance.
  • How to regulate your “Circadian Rhythm”.
  • Healthy life: Exercise, Nutrition and Hydration.
  • Safety Report: Does Fatigue condition should be reported?
Get Them All

Our flight crew package consist of 16 essential courses designed exclusively for airlines. For optimal benefit, we recommend taking the full package, and it may workout cheaper than picking individual courses.

Why The Full Package?

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